For high-speed rail, support in the past from G.O.P. presidential hopefuls
(Source: New York Times, January 2, 2012)
NEW YORK — President Obama’s program to bring bullet trains to the United States has been left on life support by the strident opposition of Republicans in Congress and in statehouses around the nation. But the idea may carry more favor with some of the Republican candidates vying to unseat Mr. Obama, who have a history of supporting high-speed rail.
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Thursday, January 5, 2012
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